Your password has expired and needs to be reset before you can log into this site.
Unfortunately you cannot currently reset your password directly within this site. You can however reset it using MAIL.CAMBSED.NET (OWA), once reset you should be able to log back into this site.
Please note: Even if you do not have a mailbox you can still reset your password using MAIL.CAMBSED.NET, it will however display an error but you can ignore this as you only need to use it to reset you password.
Welcome to the Prejudice-Related Incident Data Entry (PRIDE) website!
This website allows you to report prejudice-related incidents for all 9 of the 'protected characteristics', as identified in the Equality Act 2010. You can run reports to monitor and analyse the incidents you record. This information can be used as evidence that you are meeting the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) to have 'due regard' for the need to eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation and to foster good relations. Your reports can help you meet the specific duty to publish your equality information and your analyses can inform your equality objectives. Our recommended definition of a prejudice-related incident is taken and adapted from Recommendation 12 of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry Report definition of a racist incident: any incident which is perceived to be prejudice-related by the victim or any other person.
PRIDE passwords expire every 90 days. If your password has expired you can change it by visiting Outlook Web App here mail.cambsed.net - enter the PRIDE username for your school and the expired password - reset the password as required - do not log back in to OWA as there is no mailbox with this account - log into the PRIDE website with the new password.
If you have forgotten the current password, contact your school's Admin Tool Account Operator in the first instance; if they are unavailable, contact CREDS.
If you are provided with a new system-generated password, this will need to be reset via mail.cambsed.net before attempting to access the PRIDE website.